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Question about when to use EJB

 
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Hi,
I have question, you as an Architect, when
designing application those doesn't need Transaction and Security handling,
then will you avoid to use EJB ?
I found this is the key when to use EJB
and when not to use it.
But I think EJB also help you about the
distribution of application and resource
management. Adding one more layer but
it can increase the scalability.
For example if you have to design currency
rate information application, where user is allowed only to see the current currency
rate. Then will you design this application
only for instance using JSP+Servlet+java
class that access the database ? or JSP+Servlet+
Stateless Bean + DAO to access database ?
Thinking about there are 10.000 visitors
every day for this site ..
Please give me a hint.
Best regards,
Alex John
[ February 03, 2003: Message edited by: Alex John ]
 
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This is good link on theServerside.com that about this topic
http://www.theserverside.com/resources/article.jsp?l=Is-EJB-Appropriate
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Thank you... what a great link
 
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